February 16, 2015
The University of Tokyo /
Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST),
Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC)
|Date&Time||Monday,February 16, 2015
|Location||AIST Tokyo Waterfront Bio-IT Research Building 11F,
2-4-7 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0064, Japan
*Admission : FREE
|Contact information||Office TEL:+81-3-3599-8080 Web ：Contact form|
|Sponser||The University of Tokyo / Computational Biology |
Research Center(CBRC), Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST)
Today’s data deluge requires scientists to find hidden patterns from huge and heterogeneous data. Data mining methods are expected to provide solutions to the problem, but unfortunately they only produce patterns without any attention to confidence, making it difficult to distinguish significant patterns from spurious ones. To use data mining methods seriously in sciences, they must produce statistically meaningful patterns with proper measures of statistical significance.
This workshop aims to bring together prominent researchers both from data mining and biology to find out new directions in this emerging field of statistically sound data mining.
Koji Tsuda The University of Tokyo / AIST
Jun Sese AIST,CBRC